Paragon Gallery Hotel
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... Berkreasi warna dan huruf diatas
topi caping- Outbound
Team building fun games- take the ball-Hydrotower -
aliran bola - transfer karpet-pipe line-spider web- Bleandith- moving
tire-human leader Harga Rp
... to the spa for a massage. There was nothing else to do! Had one final, and bad, meal at the hotel (seriously, how does the Indonesian hotel mess up their Indonesian food so badly?!). Since the holiday was over I was advised to give myself two hours to get to the airport. It took 35 minutes. And the airport did not have air conditioning. So...that was fun!
Was starting to feel really good about my decision to schedule our Australia events at the end of the trip. First ...
... are no published routes, and only one angkot of the many we got on yesterday had a number -- 02.
Once we arrived back at the hotel we were really hot and just decided to go lay in the pool, which is always chilly (surprisingly since it is 90 degrees here all the time). After an afternoon of that we showered up and went down the street to Lau's Kopi's (sp?) - an authentic indonesian place - and I had the Ifu mie seafood. It was like a ramen noodle with steamed veggies ...
... Tenggara and many more.
My favorite area was Bali because of the beautiful open air buildings and the fact that it looked more like a set from a movie than a place to live. John and I were thinking of making a side trip to Bali and now we don't have to... right?
Many of the museums were intermixed with the traditional houses in the park. We didn't have enough time or interest to check them all out but they ranged from the Komodo dragon museum to a stamp ...
... or Chrysler Building. There is a really neat idea behind Monas which was approved for construction after the independence of Indonesia from the Dutch.
After parking we began walking through the wooded area where there were a lot of locals selling things and performing like a lot of the street vendors in any major city although NYC comes to mind first. They lay out all their items on the ground and barter for sales, or they just find an open area ...